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Define UI Object types

Hello,

I am looking to including a new subtype for the following views via Callback class. Could someone guide me on how to find the standard UI objects for these, please.

Views;

BP_HEAD/AccountDetails

BP_ADDR/StandardAddress

In Spro the UI objects can be defined in IMG->Customer Relationship Management ->UI Frreameworks->UI Framework Definition->Define UI Object Types.

What are the Object types for the above views ? Fields are:

Object Type:

Description:

Callback Class:

GenIL Component:

BOL Object Name:

BOR Object Type:

Many Thanks

Regards
Chan

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2012 at 11:47 AM

    Hello Chan,

    Please find the Object type of the view from F2 help on webui.

    You can then find the details for the object type in Table BSP_DLC_OBJ_TYPE

    Example:

    OBJECT TYPE BP_ACCOUNT

    CALL BACK CLASS CL_BP_HEAD_SUBTYPE_CALLBACK
    COMPONENT BP
    OBJECT NAME BuilHeader
    OBJTYPE BOR BUS1006
    EXT BO ACCOUNT
    MASTERLANG EN
    DESCRIPTION Accounts

    Regards,

    Reshma Rao

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2012 at 11:01 AM

    Hi Chan,

    You can find the Object Type of views in DO_CONFIG_DETERMINATION method of the view IMPL class.

    Regards

    Rajarama U

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